6 Anti Ageing tips for your skin

Our skin is affected by a variety of factors that cause it to age. The natural ageing process is one thing we can’t control. We all develop visible lines on our faces over time. Our faces naturally lose some of their youthful fullness as we age. The professionals at Illuminate Aesthetics advise the following 6 simple anti-ageing tips to reduce skin ageing.

  1. Get your beauty sleep!

Your body restores itself while you sleep. When you sleep, the blood flow to your skin improves, and the organ rebuilds collagen and repairs UV damage, reducing wrinkles and age spots. We recommend getting more than 6 hours of sleep; having less than that will have a negative impact on your appearance.

  1. Stay Hydrated     

Water has incredible benefits for your skin and overall wellness. To be hydrated and healthy, you should drink at least six glasses of water every day. Water keeps your body hydrated and helps retain the elasticity of your skin. People who drink a lot of water have fewer wrinkles and soft lines, and they don’t show as many indications of ageing as people who don’t drink enough water. Water is necessary for delivering crucial nutrients to skin cells and for tissue replenishment. Our skin becomes dull and pores become more visible when we don’t drink enough water.

  1. Reduce stress

Are you stressed out? Your skin can show it. Cortisol is released by stress, and high levels of this stress hormone tear down collagen and increase oil production, suppressing the immune system and causing skin and acne breakouts. Our skin is more vulnerable to environmental stimuli than any other organ since it is continually exposed to the outside world. Reducing stress in your life can help you achieve healthy, glowing skin.

  1. Follow an anti-inflammatory diet 

Your diet can affect your skin in a variety of ways, including skin ageing. The foods we eat have an impact on our overall health and attractiveness. As much as possible, include anti-inflammatory items in your diet. Salmon, walnuts, avocado, blueberries, turmeric, and dark leafy vegetables are among them. Are you confused as to where to begin? To get you started on your anti-inflammatory diet, here is a list of anti-inflammatory foods and recipes.

  1. The importance of SPF 

SPF helps to decrease the signs of ageing on the skin. The use of sunscreen every day has been shown to help slow down the ageing process of the skin. According to a study conducted, people who use broad-spectrum sunscreen on a daily basis have 24% less skin ageing than those who use sunscreen just occasionally. Even if you don’t think you’ll be exposed to the sun for long periods of time, we encourage getting into the habit of using SPF on a daily basis for anti-ageing

  1. Use a silk pillowcase 

Keeping your face hydrated is essential for preventing wrinkles and skin damage. Unlike cotton pillowcases, which try to absorb much of the moisture in your face, the smooth, tightly woven texture of a high-quality silk pillowcase naturally seals moisture into the skin. Silk pillowcases can decrease wrinkles and improve the appearance of skin’s hydration, which can make you look more youthful and have the added benefit of being good for your hair too.

Our environment and lifestyle choices can cause our skin to age prematurely. By taking some preventive actions, we can slow the effect ageing has on our skin.  If you have any questions and concerns do not hesitate to contact us or if you would like to know more about our anti-aging treatments visit our website and book a free consultation with us today!